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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "She then arose, and with altered voice, 'Ladies,' said she,'wait for me ten minutes, I shall soon return.' She then openedthe door of her alcove, and went out."
2.  Loose, half-drunk, imposing, the king's Musketeers, or rather M.de Treville's, spread themselves about in the cabarets, in thepublic walks, and the public sports, shouting, twisting theirmustaches, clanking their swords, and taking great pleasure inannoying the Guards of the cardinal whenever they could fall inwith them; then drawing in the open streets, as if it were thebest of all possible sports; sometimes killed, but sure in thatcase to be both wept and avenged; often killing others, but thencertain of not rotting in prison, M. de Treville being there toclaim them. Thus M. de Treville was praised to the highest noteby these men, who adored him, and who, ruffians as they were,trembled before him like scholars before their master, obedientto his least word, and ready to sacrifice themselves to wash outthe smallest insult.
3.  "Yes."
4.  Felton continued to descend. Near the bottom of the ladder, whenhe found no more support for his feet, he clung with his hands;at length, arrived at the last step, he let himself hang by thestrength of his wrists, and touched the ground. He stooped down,picked up the bag of money, and placed it between his teeth.Then he took Milady in his arms, and set off briskly in thedirection opposite to that which the patrol had taken. He soonleft the pathway of the patrol, descended across the rocks, andwhen arrived on the edge of the sea, whistled.
5.  Mousqueton was a Norman, whose pacific name of Boniface hismaster had changed into the infinitely more sonorous name ofMousqueton. He had entered the service of Porthos upon conditionthat he should only be clothed and lodged, though in a handsomemanner; but he claimed two hours a day to himself, consecrated toan employment which would provide for his other wants. Porthosagreed to the bargain; the thing suited him wonderfully well. Hehad doublets cut out of his old clothes and cast-off cloaks forMousqueton, and thanks to a very intelligent tailor, who made hisclothes look as good as new by turning them, and whose wife wassuspected of wishing to make Porthos descend from hisaristocratic habits, Mousqueton made a very good figure whenattending on his master.
6.  At this word APOLOGIES, a cloud passed over the brow of Athos, ahaughty smile curled the lip of Porthos, and a negative sign wasthe reply of Aramis.


1.  Although he felt himself ably supported, the young man wasnot without a little uneasiness as he ascended the greatstaircase, step by step. His conduct toward Milady bore astrong resemblance to treachery, and he was very suspiciousof the political relations which existed between that womanand the cardinal. Still further, De Wardes, whom he hadtreated so ill, was one of the tools of his Eminence; andD'Artagnan knew that while his Eminence was terrible to hisenemies, he was strongly attached to his friends."If De Wardes has related all our affair to the cardinal,which is not to be doubted, and if he has recognized me, asis probable, I may consider myself almost as a condemnedman," said D'Artagnan, shaking his head. "But why has hewaited till now? That's all plain enough. Milady has laidher complaints against me with that hypocritical grief whichrenders her so interesting, and this last offense has madethe cup overflow."
3.  Athos profited by this moment of strength which the hope of vengeancerestored to his unfortunate friend to make a sign to Porthos and Aramisto go and fetch the superior.
4.  "I answer for Bazin," said Aramis.
5.  "But who are those others? I warn you that I will never againwork in the dark, and that I will know not only to what I exposemyself, but for whom I expose myself."
6.  "Monsieur de Busigny," said Athos, "will you be so kind asto set your watch with mine, or permit me to regulate mineby yours?"


1.  "Let us go!"
2.  Milady let her head sink between her two hands, and tried to recall herideas, whirling in a mortal vertigo.
3.  He called successively at the abodes of Athos, Porthos, andAramis. Neither of them had returned. Their lackeys likewisewere absent, and nothing had been heard of either the one or theother. He would have inquired after them of their mistresses,but he was neither acquainted with Porthos's nor Aramis's, and asto Athos, he had none.
4.  "By my faith, I ask no better," cried Bonacieux; "I shall not besorry to see the face of an acquaintance."
5.   "No. It is a gift from my beautiful Englishwoman, or ratherFrenchwoman--for I am convinced she was born in France,though I have not questioned her."
6.  "Porthos, you are as vain as Narcissus; I plainly tell you so,"replied Aramis. "You know I hate moralizing, except when it isdone by Athos. As to you, good sir, you wear too magnificent abaldric to be strong on that head. I will be an abbe if it suitsme. In the meanwhile I am a Musketeer; in that quality I saywhat I please, and at this moment it pleases me to say that youweary me."


1.  "In the month of July? The devil!" said Porthos. "Is the doctorafraid that you may be recognized?"
2.  "You will leave France, you will return to England?""I will, I swear to you."
3.  "As you please," said Athos.
4、  "Ah, madame," said Porthos, in the most melancholy tone he couldassume, "when we are about to enter upon a campaign--a campaign,in which my presentiments tell me I shall be killed--""Oh, don't talk of such things!" cried the procurator's wife,bursting into tears.
5、  Fortunately, the reader may remember, or may not remember--fortunately we have promised not to lose sight of him.The officers who arrested him conducted him straight to theBastille, where he passed trembling before a party of soldierswho were loading their muskets. Thence, introduced into a half-subterranean gallery, he became, on the part of those who hadbrought him, the object of the grossest insults and the harshesttreatment. The officers perceived that they had not to deal witha gentleman, and they treated him like a very peasant.At the end of half an hour or thereabouts, a clerk came to put anend to his tortures, but not to his anxiety, by giving the orderto conduct M. Bonacieux to the Chamber of Examination.Ordinarily, prisoners were interrogated in their cells; but theydid not do so with M. Bonacieux.




  • 袁远驹 08-07

      "Whom do I see yonder?"

  • 梅尼绍夫 08-07

      "Ah, ah! is that you, dear friend?" exclaimed Porthos. "How do youthink these garments fit me?"

  • 韩媒 08-07

       "That is to say, two hundred more--a hundred pistoles for youand a hundred pistoles for me. Well, now, that would be areal fortune to us, my friend; let us go back to the Jew'sagain."

  • 朱成霞 08-07

      "Yes," said Felton; "but silence, silence! I must have time tofile through these bars. Only take care that I am not seenthrough the wicket."

  • 西奥多-莫勒尔 08-06

    {  "Because I am not willing to die!" cried Milady, struggling. "BecauseI am too young to die!"

  • 惠凤鸣 08-05

      "By no means."}

  • 龚育之 08-05

      "But this second letter," said Athos, "you forget that; itappears to me, however, that the seal denotes that itdeserves to be opened. For my part, I declare, D'Artagnan,I think it of much more consequence than the little piece ofwaste paper you have so cunningly slipped into your bosom."D'Artagnan blushed.

  • 张彪 08-05

      Athos made him a sign to go to D'Artagnan's residence, andbring back some clothes. Grimaud replied by another signthat be understood perfectly, and set off.

  • 石镜 08-04

       "You are laughing at me, and want to try me!" said D'Artagnan,whom anger began to take by the hair, as Minerva takes Achilles,in the ILLIAD.

  • 陈佩斯 08-02

    {  "By my soul, you had made me forget all that, dear Constance!Yes, you are right; a furlough is needful."

  • 焦敏 08-02

      "A hundred."